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Winter is starting full force, and my poor cougar is parked outside. I spent at least 20 minutes scraping ice off the windows thismorning. I drive my car only once ever 3-4 days, sometimes only once a week. If I were to put a car cover on it, could I just pull it off, and take all the snow and ice with it? Or would a lot of ice still form underneath the cover?

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depends on how thick or how many micro layers are involved with the cover. some manuf. make thicker than normal covers and are made to withstand the elements.
 

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If anyone has used a cover they like, that works well with snow and ice, I would love a reccomendation. Thanks.
 

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i had mine outside one winter, and the only cover that will really work with just pulling the snow and ice off is a blue tarp.
 

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This is what I'm using...
Wolf Evolution IV (400 series) Vehicle Covers Custom Fit

Says it will withstand whatever your throw on it, breathes,
mildew resistent, and so on...

Fits like a glove but it takes a minute or two to take it off...
And if you want to use the locking cable it'll take you ten minutes to get
on...

That cover is for a bird though... But I'd be surprised if Wolf
doesn't make one for the cougar...

//Per
 
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